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Details of 80 credit modules on undergraduate higher education courses

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Dear The Glasgow School of Art,

Please could you provide me with a list of all your undergraduate higher education courses which contain a single 80 SCQF credit module.

For each 80-credit module you deliver, please give the SCQF level and provide me with the module descriptor or curriculum document which lists how the notional learning hours are allocated to the module. Please could you give me the mode of delivery and also the learning outcomes, aims, objectives and modes of assessment for that module. If there are any essays/dissertations etc. please give the word count for those.

Yours faithfully,

F Smith

Dear The Glasgow School of Art,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of The Glasgow School of Art's handling of my FOI request 'Details of 80 credit modules on undergraduate higher education courses'.

I have not had a response to my request for information. By law, you should have responded promptly and within 20 working days.

Please can you review your decision not to provide me with the information I requested?

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/d...

Yours faithfully,

F Smith

Foicoor, The Glasgow School of Art

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Dear F Smith

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information enquiry.

 

Unfortunately we did not receive your email of 6 June 2019. I can see that
it appears as ‘delivered’ on the What Do They Know website – however we
have not received any emails from yourself (in either our FOI inbox or our
junk folder) until yesterday. Our IT Department are now looking into the
matter as we have recently had some issues in receiving emails sent
through What Do They Know. Should they conclude that the fault does not
lie with us I will process this as a new request dated 23 July 2019, with
a response issued no later than 20 August 2019 pending any clarification
we may need to seek from you.

 

Kind Regards

 

Academic Quality Office

Glasgow School of Art  |  167 Renfrew Street  | Glasgow G3 6RQ

E: [1][GSA request email] 

 

[2]cid:[email address]

 

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Foicoor, The Glasgow School of Art

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Dear F Smith

 

Ref: GSA FoI 18/19 383

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request, which was received by
the Glasgow School of Art on 23 July 2019.

 

The response below was received from a Senior Policy Officer.

 

[All] of this information is available publically on our website here:
[1]http://www.gsa.ac.uk/about-gsa/key-infor....

 

This concludes our response to your information request.

 

Please note – Our Director of IT investigated the issues we have had in
receiving both your and other emails via WhatDoTheyKnow and reported the
following: I’ve discussed this issue with my management team, and we have
not been able to identify any reasons why we would not have processed any
received requests made through ‘Whatdotheyknow’. The fact that we have
received emails previously suggest that when we receive them we do process
requests. It is possible that the host system ‘Whatdotheyknow’ may be at
fault here, but there is no way of proving this when sporadic outcomes
have been experienced.

 

This concludes our response to your information request.

 

Your right to seek a review: -

 

If you are dissatisfied with the way in which the Glasgow School of Art
has dealt with your request, you have the right to ask us to review our
actions and decisions. If you wish to request a review, please contact Mrs
Janet Allison, Academic Registrar, [2][email address] or email:
[3][GSA request email] within 40 working days. Your request must be in a
recordable format (letter, email, audio tape, etc.). You will receive a
full response to your request for review within 20 working days of its
receipt. Please quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

 

If you are dissatisfied with the way in which we have handled your request
for review, you have a right of appeal to the Commissioner. You can now
make an appeal online, using the new Commissioners online appeal service.
Please find the direct link to this service at
[4]www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal. The online appeal service is
available 24/7 and offers you real time help and advice about your
appeal. 

 

The Commissioner recommends that you [5]appeal online. Other ways to
appeal include:

 

By email to:  [6][email address]

 

By post to: Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner, Kinburn
Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, KY16 9DS

 

Kind Regards

 

Academic Quality Office

Glasgow School of Art  |  167 Renfrew Street  | Glasgow G3 6RQ

E: [7][GSA request email] 

 

[8]cid:[email address]

 

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